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throughout the community. she's also exclusively our education reporter. she will be greatly messed. what do you remember? >> oh, my goodness. how time flies. i can't believe you're bringing that footage back. oh, my gosh. >> no one's ever going to see. we have it. if don't bring that back. it's been a good ride. it's been a long ride and after ten years at this station i'm embarking on a new adventure and challenge i've accepted a position as public information officer with hartford county government. i will miss you the viewers. i want to take a moment to thank for allowing me into your homes each day and trusting me to tellier your stories, i've grown so much here at abc2 news. i won my first emmy award and recently learned i was slicked for an naacp award. i'm not from here. but the community adopted me and made me feel very welcome from the start and for that i'll always be grateful. it's been an honor and a pleasure to serve the baltimore area and i hope many of you will keep in touch. continue to follow me on facebook and twitter. thank you so much for the fond memories and it's been
campaign looks to educate pedestrians about using crosswalks and crossing at the signals. >>> ip put wanted on projects happening in baltimore, harford and howard. the administration is asking for money for projects. they want to restructure the intersection at 22 and beards hill road. there is a public hearing tomorrow at 3:40 at the baltimore metropolitan council. >>> final parts to the national aquarium exhibit are put in place. last week we showed you the video, the sea turtle introduced by the black tip reef exhibit. the last of the sharks are going to be introduced and tomorrow, around 11:30, the exhibit will open to the public. >>> students in our area have found a fun way to beat the heat this summer. now that it's time to get out of school this is a great program, a national program called kids bowl free, sounds good. sherrie johnson shows us how the program is making a difference for students in our area. >> meagan, yes, that's right, kids bowl free serves more than 1 million children nationwide and locally 1500 kids participate. it's a way to keep them off the streets out of tro
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